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Documentation: 2014 Detroit MAPC Conference

September 24, 2015

Hello 2014 Mid America Print Council conference attendees,

We’re happy to announce that the 2014 MAPC conference, PRINT CITY: Detroit 2014 has been e-published. Below you will find the link to the e-publication. Please feel free to reference and share the information on the site. In addition, many photos from the event can be found on the PRINT CITY Facebook page.


We thank you for contributing to the success of the 2014 MAPC conference and hope to see you about Detroit, exploring the ever-growing art scene!


Conference Update – PRINT CITY: Detroit 2014

January 10, 2014

PRINT CITY: Detroit 2014

The Mid America Print Council conference is rapidly taking shape!

The calls for panel/demo presentations and themed print portfolios are now open. Please find links to the calls on the Registration tab of the conference website.

We are happy to announce that the following three keynote speakers have been confirmed: artist Enrique Chagoya, artist Judy Pfaff, and Editor–‐in–‐Chief of Art in Print Susan Tallman.

Immediately following Chagoya’s address will be an opening reception for Goya/Chagoya in the Elaine L. Jacob Gallery on the campus of Wayne State University. The exhibition will feature a mini‐retrospective of Chagoya’s work, from etchings to lithographs to monotypes to codices to multiples. Included in the exhibition will be high–‐resolution printed images of the Francisco de Goya’s work that are in close proximity to Chagoya’s newer versions of the same theme.

To compliment the exhibition, the Detroit Institute of Art will open their print Study room to a limited number of conference attendees, allowing them to see the Goya originals (and more) up close! There will be a sign–‐up for this  event, which will include time slots for Thursday and Friday.

A meet-and‐greet bowling extravaganza at the historic Garden Bowl, an off‐campus tour to the famed Cranbrook Academy of Art, private viewings of original prints at the Detroit Institute of Arts, demonstrations at local letterpresses, and themed portfolios being displayed in local venues are only a few of the exciting events that have been planned!  The conference will be preceded by Detroit Design Festival and topped–‐off by Dlectricity, a nighttime, contemporary light festival with Installation work by national and international artists being projected on the historic Architecture of Midtown Detroit.

Conference website:

Facebook page:–‐CITY–‐Detroit–‐2014/515572755149763?ref=hl

For more information, e‐mail:




Call for Nominations for the 2014 MAPC Outstanding Printmaker, Due Nov. 15

August 27, 2013

It is time to nominate an Outstanding Printmaker for our next conference, PRINT CITY: Detroit 2014. Therefore, the Outstanding Printmaker Nomination Committee is now accepting email nominations for this award.

The Outstanding Printmaker will be somebody who has made significant contributions to the field of printmaking. We invite you to nominate somebody who demonstrates this by submitting the following information:

  1. One paragraph or page addressing why this person deserves this honor.
  2. A one-page biography/vita of this person’s contributions to the field.
  3. Contact information, including an email address, phone number, website (if applicable) for this individual.

Please email your nomination materials to:
Thomas Lucas, Chair of the Outstanding Printmaker Committee,
Please do not send your nominations to the MAPC listserv!
Nominations will be due by November 15, 2013.

As always, this person will be recognized at the conference and there will be an exhibition of their work to be held in Detroit during the conference. The committee looks forward to receiving your nominations.

2014 MAPC Conference – Print City: Detroit 2014

July 26, 2013

The Mid America Print Council is proud to announce our 2014 Conference, Print City: Detroit 2014, September 24th -27th in Detroit, MI. Mark your calendars!  The Print City 2014 Conference will be hosted by Wayne State University in collaboration with the Mid America Print Council.

The conference will include workshops, demonstrations, panel discussions, keynote speakers, and exhibitions. In addition to activities on the campus of Wayne State University, area galleries, museums, letterpresses, colleges and universities, and other cultural venues, in and around Detroit, will host conference events.

Check out the website and Facebook Page:


Save the date and start getting excited!